Lately my son has been asking me to make buns, truth is I have not make any for some time now. Today I have decided to make some and, at the same time, test a new recipe: the brioche recipe from the break maker machine.
I have made some changes on the recipe as we cannot eat dairy nor fructose. I have used sunflower oil instead of butter, oat milk instead of animal milk and club wheat instead of black wheat. Next time I will also use rice syrup instead of sugar.
The result has been a tasty and soft buns, but I think the sunflower oil taste is too present, they surely be better adding some chocolate chips on the dough.
Club wheat brioche buns, dairy free
- 400g of club wheat
- 4 tablespoons of brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon of salt
- 120g of sunflower oil
- 3 mixted eggs
- 90g of oat milk
- 1,5 teaspoons of dry bread yeast
To prepare it I have just put all the ingredients inside the bread machine pan and started the brioche dough program, on my machine it lasts more or less an hour. Once the program has finished I have shaped the buns, 12 in total. I have left them rising while the oven was getting hot.
I have baked the buns at 240ºC for 5 minutes, then I’ve lowered the temperature to 200ºC and baked them 4 more minutes.